New National Consumers League podcast We Can Do This! explores current, historic socioeconomic reform in America
January 16, 2020
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Washington, DC—The National Consumers League (NCL), the nation’s pioneering worker and consumer advocacy organization, has launched a podcast called We Can Do This!, produced by District Productive and hosted by NCL Executive Director Sally Greenberg and other members of NCL policy staff.
In We Can Do This!, NCL and justice-minded, expert guests explore current socioeconomic issues at the heart of American political and cultural battles before a backdrop of the historic and ongoing advocacy and activism that help pave the way for meaningful policy reform.
We Can Do This! episodes span the breadth of NCL’s wide mission and issues, including; healthcare, data and privacy, food and nutrition, labor, finance, and other topics.
A first batch of episodes featuring individuals who are helping to shape the nation’s social and economic reforms have been released:
E1-2: Crashing through the glass ceiling with two dynamos of women’s rights law—parts 1-2
With Judith Lichtman, president emeritus and senior advisor of the National Partnership for Women and Families and Marcia Greenberger, founder and co-president of the National Women’s Law Center
E3: Ending the scourge of child labor
With Kailash Satyarthi, anti-child labor crusader and Nobel Laureate
E4: Measles, it ain’t over until it’s over
With Dr. Linda Fu, general pediatrician at Children’s National Health System
E5: Sorry, fair pay and a safe workplace aren’t on the menu
With Diana Ramirez, federal senior policy advocate at Restaurant Opportunities Center (ROC United)
These five episodes are available now on Apple Podcasts and Google Podcasts, and the remainder of the 11-episode series will be released in early 2020.
About the National Consumers League (NCL)
The National Consumers League, founded in 1899, is America’s pioneer consumer organization. Our mission is to protect and promote social and economic justice for consumers and workers in the United States and abroad. For more information, visit www.nclnet.org.